We bring together environmental and energy-related news that is becoming a global issue.
Oct 3, 2022
What is V2G Technology & How it can Save the Grid
An innovative technology, V2G, or Vehicle to Grid could help support an overwhelmed electric grid. V2G technology involves bidirectional chargers to carry unused power from a parked EV’s batteries into the smart grid.
Sep 29, 2022
China Energy Crisis: Result of Heatwave and Droughts
To ease the energy crunch, Sichuan is firing up its coal power plants, raising concerns among environmentalists about the potential increase in greenhouse gas emissions.
Sep 26, 2022
Clean School Buses: Going to School to be Much Safer
The US is now focusing on the Clean School Buses program designed to help communities reduce emissions from older diesel school buses.
Sep 22, 2022
How Much Netflix is too Much?
Watching a half hour show on online streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, Hulu et.c can lead to 1.6 kilograms of carbon dioxide emissions.
Sep 20, 2022
Success Stories of Sustainability: Solar Panels that Work at Night!
A modified solar panel developed by researchers at Stanford University is capable of generating electricity at night or in cloudy conditions by using a process called radiative cooling to allow for 24-hour renewable energy generation.
Sep 16, 2022
GHGs Trap 50% More Heat in 2021
Roughly 36 billion metric tons of CO2 are emitted each year by numerous industries - transportation, cement manufacturing, electrical generation, agriculture, deforestation,, and other practices.
Sep 13, 2022
Paris: The City of Lights may go Dark this Winter
Paris is much more delightful during autumn and winter now it will be much less attractive as the city of light to go dark to combat energy crisis.
Sep 6, 2022
Electricity in Nightclubs & Bars
A large nightclub or bar uses around 250000 Kwh of electricity per year which costs about $33202 per year, and amounts to 5.6 % of the income of the Nightclub.
Sep 2, 2022
Chicago’s Smart Street Lighting
Within the next decade, smart streetlight penetration will reach 35% in the U.S. This translates to an annual market that ranges from 600,000 to 1.5 million units per year.